The Midwest Book Review has posted their staff's response to my novel:
"The Girl in the Photo" by Wally Wood is a compelling novel about love and longing,
regret and renewal. David and Abbie are a brother and sister who discover a surprising secret
after the death of their father in the form of a photo of a young woman who was his lover decades
before and half a world away. Even as they mourn their father, an eminent surgeon, David and
Abbie question what they thought they knew about his life (and theirs) as they struggle with
conflicting memories, unexpected emotions, and new possibilities.
A deftly crafted work of literary fiction, "The Girl in the Photo" is an inherently
fascinating and deftly crafted read from beginning to end. Strongly recommended for community
library General Fiction collections, it should be noted for personal reading lists that "The Girl in
the Photo" is also available in a Kindle edition ($2.99).